Vegan Food Wraps | 1 Multi-Pack, 3 wraps total | Hand Made in Toronto
Our vegan wraps form a protective, breathable and fresh seal over just about any perishable - all without the use of plastic...
Includes 3 wraps (1 of each size):
1 Small Teal wrap (7" x 8") - good for cut cucumbers, avocados, small trail mix, fruit and to top jars.
1 Medium Green wrap (10" x 11") - good for large trail mix, half a sandwich, half a cabbage, medium bowls, grape tomatoes and baked goods
1 Large Blue wrap (12" x 14") - good for sandwiches & left over pizza slices, celery, larger bowl or dish, larger melon, grapes, greens, beans and asparagus.
They're still reusable. They're still biodegradable. They're still plastic free.
And now they're vegan.
- Organic cotton muslin with non-toxic, eco-friendly dyes
- Candelilla wax
- A touch of soy wax
- Coniferous tree resin
- Organic coconut oil
Hand wash in cold water with eco friendly, ethanol-free dish soap - hang or lay flat to dry.
AVOID - Microwaves and ovens, hot food, uncooked meat (but you wouldn't, now would you?) and more than a month of freezer use.
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Have only used a few times so far and enjoying them! Use them for work lunches and love how they fold up small afterwards to put in backpack. Thank you for providing this vegan option!
The vegan food wraps are flexible and sticky in all the right ways - they easily form to the food or the bowl and stick to themselves or the side of my Pyrex dish. I simply wipe them off with a soft sponge with dish soap and warm water, rinse, and hang them to dry on my dish rack. Then I fold them for storage in my drawer with the plastic wrap and zip-lock bags that I am phasing out of the kitchen. Other wraps I purchased from my local grocery store were stiff and the wax flaked off! These Etee wraps are worth every penny, and I feel great knowing I'm doing my part for the environment. I would definitely recommend these to friends.
This is the 3rd time I have purchased these wraps over a couple of years. I use them constantly and they last a very long time. Once they are finally worn out, I cut them up and put them in the compost. Very satisfied.